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COLUMBUS (AP) — Columbus Africentric’s Alexa Hart scored 17 points in two games and matched that with 17 game-changing blocked shots and is the most outstanding player on the 2014 Associated Press Division III all-tournament team.


Hart blocked 11 shots in a semifinal victory over Smithville and had six in the opening seven minutes of Saturday night’s 49-37 championship-game victory over Versailles.


Joining her on the all-tournament team are teammates Sierra Harley (18 points in two games off the bench) and Alexis Parks (15 points, 3 assists); Versailles’ Christa Puthoff (24 points in two games); and Proctorville Fairland’s Caitlin Stone (15 points) and Terra Stapleton (11 points, 8 rebounds) in a semifinal loss.


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